The seminar is open to the general public. It is an opportunity for scholars, students, social workers, Practitioners, and Policy Markers interested in the field of Sexuality in Africa to learn, share experiences and advocate in favour of healthy, respectful, responsible and pleasurable sexuality.
I convene an interdisciplinary programme in HIV/AIDS and Society. The core introductory course is called Critical Issues in the Study of HIV/AIDS and Society. In this course we explicitly take key social issues around the infection and epidemic and hold them up for scrutiny. In our view good and effective interventions to reduce the rate of infection and prevent transmission, must be the product of an open debate that sometimes challenges the conventional wisdom.
C A S E is seeking to fill the following senior positions that will involve strategic, management and mentoring responsibilities.
We invite applications for this contract position, for appointment on 1 December 2007. This is a 6 month full-time position, stationed at Liesbeeck Midwife Obstetric Unit (MOU), Mowbray Maternity Hospital.